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Tacitus' Agricola.
Tacitus' Annals.
The Deeds of the Divine Augustus
De Bello Gallico, by Julius Caesar
Tacitus' Germania.
The Goths, by Jordanes.
Histories, by Tacitus.
History of Rome, by Livy.
Mispogon by Julian
New Testament.
Metamorphosis by Ovid.
Parallel lives by Plutarch.
Suetonius 12 Caesars
Virgil Aeneid.
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Agr Chapter 28: Agricola in Britain. The journey of the Usepii
Ann Book I Chapter 44: Revolt in Germania. The Upper army gives in
Ann Book II Chapter 26: War with the Germans. Germanicus has to leave.
Ann Book II Chapter 44: War with the Germans. Drusus as commander.
Ann Book II Chapter 62: War with the Germans. Catualda.
Ann Book II Chapter 63: War with the Germans. Maroboduus begs for mercy.
Ann Book XII Chapter 29: Problems with the Suevi
Dbg Book I Chapter 37: Caesar against Ariovistus. More Harudes.
Dbg Book I Chapter 51: Caesar against Ariovistus. Start of the battle.
Dbg Book I Chapter 54: Caesar against Ariovistus. The end.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 1: War with the Germans. About the Suevi.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 3: War with the Germans. About the Suevi(Cont.)
Dbg Book IV Chapter 4: War with the Germans. Crossing the Rhine.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 7: War with the Germans. German embassadors.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 8: War with the Germans. Germans will have to leave Gaul.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 16: War with the Germans. Caesar wants to cross the Rhine.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 19: War with the Germans. Withdrawal.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 9: Revolt of the Gauls. Caesar crosses the Rhine again.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 10: Revolt of the Gauls. Caesar and the Suevi.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 29: Revolt of the Gauls. Caesar withdraws from Germany.
His Book I Chapter 2: Introduction (cont.)
His Book III Chapter 5: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Arrangements
Plt Caesar Chapter 23: Caesar's war with the Germans and in Britain

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Gth Chapter 34: Theodorid and Litorius.
Gth Chapter 44: Visigoths against Suavi.
Gth Chapter 48: The Ostrogoths (1).
Gth Chapter 50: Succession of Attila.
Gth Chapter 53: The Ostrogoths against Huns and Suavi.
Gth Chapter 54: The Ostrogoths against Suavi.
Gth Chapter 55: The Ostrogoths against Suavi (Cont.)

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His Book III Chapter 21: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Defense against Vitellius' troops

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Dbg Book I Chapter 53: Caesar against Ariovistus. Victory for Caesar.

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Ger Chapter 2: Origin of the Germans
Ger Chapter 9: Their Gods
Ger Chapter 38: The Suevians
Ger Chapter 39: The Semnones
Ger Chapter 41: The Hermondurians
Ger Chapter 43: Peoples of the East
Ger Chapter 45: Aestyans, amber and Sitones
Ger Chapter 46: Further East
Plt Pompey Chapter 51: Manipulations of Caesar

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Ger Chapter 43: Peoples of the East
For when the Romans had departed and they were free from the fear of an invader, these tribes, according to the custom of the race, and then specially as rivals in fame, had turned their arms against each other
Ann Book II Chapter 44: War with the Germans. Drusus as commander.

That they are inferior to the Suevi alone, to whom not even the immortal gods can show themselves equal; that there was none at all besides on earth whom they could not conquer."
Dbg Book IV Chapter 7: War with the Germans. German embassadors.

This people are remarkable for a peculiar custom, that of twisting their hair and binding it up in a knot.
Ger Chapter 38: The Suevians

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The Migration of Nations and the Arrival of the Slavs in Slovakia

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